It turns out that with the addition of just two extra holes on a standard button and some strategic stitching, you can express yourself even more creatively with your fashion choices. Because these delightful Typo Buttons let you spell out messages down the front of your shirt, or on the cuff of a blazer.
Created by a Korean design shop called AND, the Typo Buttons aren't available for sale just yet, but the studio has already put many of its similarly wonderful creations into production, and it can't be that hard to make buttons with two extra holes, right?
If you're handy with a Dremel or a drill you can probably make similar modifications to the existing buttons on all your clothing, and then blow the world's mind with a bit of fashionista propaganda—as long as you can squeeze your message into the six or seven buttons on an Oxford shirt. [AND via designboom]